bill burr paper tiger review
Much better than his previous special and one of the strongest introductions he has had. The level of intensity throughout the first half of the show may be the most he has shown and Bill is already known for being intense. He jokes about modern topical issues in a way where he says that people have become unreasonable. He obviously struggles to understand issues and people today (and how they are dealing with them), with giving too much power to one group of people for “what they say must always be the facts.”
I think intensity may be added in the way the audio was recorded for this show, there is an almost echo to his voice that causes it to resonate unlike any other comedy show I’ve heard. The jokes themselves may not necessarily be his strongest, and are at times topics he has mentioned before; but are delivered the most intensely.
shot at Royal Albert Hall
Netflix has just dropped the trailer for Bill Burr‘s newest comedy special Paper Tiger. Watch the minute-plus clip for the forthcoming hour-long above.
With an announcement posted across his social media accounts on Tuesday (August 20), Burr put us on notice that his next one-hour special, Paper Tiger, will premiere on September 10, dropping exclusively on Netflix.
The upcoming special is produced by Burr’s digital media company, All Things Comedy, and was shot at Royal Albert Hall in London.